Parolee convicted on meth charge liked to ‘freak the ladies’

GULFPORT, Miss. (AP) – A south Mississippi man previously convicted on a state methamphetamine charge has now pleaded guilty to a federal charge of meth distribution.

The Sun Herald reports 43-year-old Michael Allen Webb of Stone County pleaded guilty Monday to possession with intent to distribute. He will be sentenced Dec. 19 and faces up to 20 years in prison.

Webb is being held without bond. Court records show he was on parole for a meth-possession conviction when he was found with meth May 14 after checking out of a Gulfport hotel.

A Drug Enforcement Administration Task Force agent wrote in a sworn statement that when asked his intentions for the meth, Webb said, “I’m going to say it is for personal consumption. I like to freak the ladies with it.”